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R ;tr, emp.'e* liar, Leave ,-ci]U'ir,t the Nobility, Gentry, and and a.i and particular, he taken the ' ,i?e ;,

R ;tr, emp.'e* liar, Leave ,-ci]U'ir,t the Nobility, Gentry, and and a.i and particular, he taken the ' ,i?e ;,

/RE S , Mineral VV art. are . between ' '■ i r %in Meet drcet;. Where they !»ui*xl' t tht v>'icwinpr »' ' --.re a for them origin tl Water hoi;ie, s tj,e Perf (for ready 9 »*•'' 'c ha* 'ways tii•> Cuiloin that Tr-deJ .>na af the prices, viz c.e tee■;« and Bourne, in Stone Hettie
15 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SATURDAY's POST.

SATURDAY's POST.

FOREIGN INT L G N C l'cflerday arrived the MAI from Holland. Madrid, Jan. 25. heinqr determined carry on tne War vi r ft tne liln, extremely concertit:<r Mealures for that ]''ur. ; >cf-'. .Ui c Msjelty the Marquis dcS -rra in C .i-.i the Army which is forme 1 in which whi c00 Me
1 March 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Honest Bluntness not always the best Means to gain Esteem.

Honest Bluntness not always the best Means to gain Esteem.

CHarles Blunt, and Simon Whpedle, both lived with their Uncle, Sir Sampson L&vepraise, a Man of Seufc,''but too fond of Flattery; and as moft Men, when they advance to the Winter of Life, have or other, did our Sir Sampfbn put entire Faith Dreams, any fabulous Story, be it ever
18 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
London, March 2.

London, March 2.

Thurfday laft the Grand Fleet, after being joined hy the Ships the Down.-, laile.i from Spiihead with a fair- Wind at N. N. E. one the greateft Fleets that ever failed from England, which induced great Number Diftinaion to go to Portfmouth to fee it. It thought by fome People, t
4 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
and Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE. WHITEHALL, March 9. EARLY this Morning Capt. Wal- fmgham arrived with the following Lettter

and Posts. From the LONDON GAZETTE. WHITEHALL, March 9. EARLY this Morning Capt. Wal- fmgham arrived with the following Lettter

from Major-Gen- Monckton, dated from the Head-Quarters, the of MARTINICO, January 20, 1762. Lord* I Have the-Honour acquaint your Lordrtiip, that we left the sth Inftant, anchored in St. Ann's Bay in this Ifland the 7th, the Ships War having filenced fome Batteries which the Ene
11 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Scrcbu there are to Sold, fevered L L ENAN D estates, within 5 Miles of Bath. #. Ur^ ler Particulars,

Scrcbu there are to Sold, fevered L L ENAN D estates, within 5 Miles of Bath. #. Ur^ ler Particulars,

enquire of Mr. Attorney, Bath O C O, St ' Michacl' s-'MiU. Bristol, ql'' °f ac uamttn S er % continues her Boar ding-fchoul Jj | ln Mr. Rose o's Life-Time. f« r j daughter, who has quitted all public afllits in teaching to Read. Oft ft °f March was publiftfd, the only Print of h
11 March 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

0 t0 the ru P'ure with Spain 1r 3. r e <)jn Wiuo-ws ,nd Spinsters '^o.< ' n t ' le Parliament •hj '• the infolvent bill 121. Of •" 1e Eaft't Un '^ nient nces committed in . cs ' 22 - that relating to the 'hat 0 of tallow from Ireland ib. Of 'he t0 the qualification of juftices o
1 March 1762 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.

Whitehall Evening-Post, March 13. THefe who venture to think of politicks at Peterfburgh, for fuch there now are, tell us that Petsr 111. is inclined to conciliate his own views with thofe of the late emprefs. He is refolvcd to give peace to the North and to Germany, and at the
22 March 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERD J- E N

ABERD J- E N

{£jf The articles of capitulation, with acccunc of the* killed and wounded, return ordnance anti ftores, together with admiral Rodncys’s letter, which he informs us that he had taken fourteen privateers in Port Royal bay, with the occurences the week, we are obliged to defer to
29 March 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The thift Majefty, in the beginniog April, will put h.mfeit at the head of 6000 men in the Low Countries,

The thift Majefty, in the beginniog April, will put h.mfeit at the head of 6000 men in the Low Countries,

with what view time mud declare. The general cf the order of Jefnits at Rome has declared, that he will have nothing to farther with the order in France. It is the court has taken a final relolution to let them drop like rotten fruit, by prohibiting the order receive, or any per
15 March 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland